Stories about Architecture and Design

Heiss explores: What's so special about this place? 

Della Valle ’93, an architect and developer, strives to build innovative, sustainable buildings. An all-electric skyscraper in Brooklyn is his latest project. 

The four public art works were inspired by input from community members and historical research.

A furniture design course created benches for community use in art galleries.

Han analyzes eye movements to integrate theories of phenomenological aesthetics with the psychology of perception.

A Lehigh University Art Galleries exhibition of faculty work celebrates artists as researchers.

The approach, not widely used in architecture and the building sciences, gives rise to important questions. 

Sophia Eschenbach-Smith ’20 is one of five students awarded the 2018 Leonard P. Pool Memorial Prize.

Students of an art, architecture and design course and the journalism department work together on a pedestrian bridge project.

Artist-in-Residence Karyn Olivier builds a wall inside the LUAG Main Gallery.